The Colorado Rockies faced a number of tough decisions this offseason and eventually parted ways with a number of key players from the 2010 team. Here’s how players who appeared with the Rockies last season are faring with their new teams in spring training.
Former Colorado Rockies relievers Manny Delcarmen and Randy Flores agreed to minor-league deals with the Seattle Mariners and San Diego Padres respectively.
Reliever Randy Flores will finish the season with Minnesota Twins, who claimed the former Colorado Rockies left-hander off waivers.
The Colorado Rockies have designated left-handed reliever Randy Flores for assignment and recalled infielder Jonathan Herrera, who gave the team a spark and settled into the starting second base job after his recall in late June.
After blowing an early 3-0 lead, the Brewers overcame 4-3 deficit with a run in the sixth and then beat the Colorado Rockies and closer Huston Street in the 10th.
The Colorado Rockies battled back from a 5-2 deficit with home runs in the ninth and 10th only to lose a heartbreaker when closer Huston Street allowed a walkoff three-run home run to Pedro Alvarez.
Another rough outing for Aaron Cook put his team in a deep hole early and things only got worse as the Colorado Rockies dropped a crucial game against the San Francisco Giants.
The Colorado Rockies were not buyers, sellers or rearrangers at the trade deadline, making no moves as their division rivals were among the most active.
The Colorado Rockies haven’t found much of a market for Aaron Cook and are reportedly telling teams they aren’t trading Brad Hawpe because they need him given the uncertain health of Todd Helton.
The Colorado Rockies scored two runs in the ninth off Brad Lidge but left the bases loaded to finish a 2-9 trip that included six one-run losses and saw them fall from tied for second two games behind to fourth place, eight games behind.
The Colorado Rockies overcame a 7-1 deficit and one bad inning by Ubaldo Jimenez, but Manuel Corpas blew his fourth save of the season in 13 opportunities in the seventh as the Giants rallied for four runs in the final three innings to break a seven-game losing streak.
The Colorado Rockies missed out on a sweep of the Boston Red Sox thanks to a monster night from Dustin Pedroia, but battled back multiple times to cap a series filled with great games.